|Deadspace Records Podcast: The Double Dutch Rudder - The Double Dutch Rudder Podcast|
This is a new podcast from Deadspace Records featuring Cory from 4 And Some More. This is meant to be a more informal podcast along the lines of the Nerdist. Just laid back silliness and off the cuff conversation.
|Deadspace Records Podcast: Deadspace Radio|
This is the home of Deadspace Radio! This radio show podcast is to showcase not only Deadspace Records artists, but great music from around the net from Indie record labels, netlabels and independent artists. If you like what you hear, you can download it immediately! Many netlabel releases are free of charge and you can copy and give to your friends to your hearts content! If you like what you year, feel free to review below and we will also be providing an email address very shortly...
|Deadspace Records Podcast: 4 and Some More - 4 And Some More|
This is the home of the Bi-monthly Podcast for Deadspace Records. This show is called "4 and Some More" featuring Brett, Craig, Cory, Sandy and Jarrod. We will occasionally have special guests in studio as well as have live shows interviewing local bands. Funny, raunchy and raucous! Email us and tell us we suck at: firstname.lastname@example.org You can also find us on facebook and twitter (@4andsomemore) for all the latest news and info and show announcements...
|Obsidian Throne-Pandemic (DSRN007)|
This EP was recorded at Nomad Studios in Dallas, Texas by JT Longoria in 2006. This was our first true band effort. Everyone contributed to each song that made it onto this EP. Oddly enough, we didn't even intend to record "The Drums of Moloch" but ended up having some extra time in the studio, so we added that one to it! Our good friend Lerin Huntley also helped us and added some extra string arrangements over some of the songs...
Keywords: Obsidian Throne, Death Metal, Deadspace Records
|Obsidian Throne-Soul Evisceration (DSRN006)|
This is the very first recordings of a fledgling death metal band, known back in 2005 as Slow Evisceration. As time went on and the band developed their sound more, the band gradually became the melodic death metal band Obsidian Throne. This was recorded shortly after Cory Miller left the band and before he rejoined the band months later. This release is a tribute to our beginnings and a gift to the fans we've gained over the years...
|Krigsgrav-Arcana Imperii (DSRN005)|
Formed in 2005 in the burning sands of Texas by Vortigern. Later joined by Blutjager on vocals. In the Spring of 2007, Krigsgrav released their first, self-released demo, As Darkness Falls Above. After a long hiatus, due to each member's commitments to other bands, Krigsgrav returned in Fall of 2008 with a new mini-cd, Arcana Imperii, featuring 5 new original tracks and a cover of Gorgoroth's "Sign of an Open Eye." The disc showed a power and commitment to playing old school, simple black metal,...
Keywords: Deadspace Records; black metal; Obsidian Throne; Thrash; punk
|Josh Reed-Headrush EP(DSR004)|
This is the debut EP of Josh Reed, former guitarist and lead singer of Buddha 99. This demo EP was originally recorded around 2003-2004, just before Buddha 99 was formed. This gives just a glimpse into Josh's massive songwriting abilities and we will soon be hearing more of him and also from his new band. Sit back and enjoy these wonderful songs!
Keywords: Josh Reed; Cory Miller; Deadspace Records
|Dubcycle-Black Sky Temple (DSR003) - Dubcycle|
The Alter ego of Deathcycle. This is meant to be a more tripped out, ambient take on the dissonance of Deathcycle.
Keywords: Deadspace Records; Dubcycle; Obsidian Throne
|Deathcycle-Self Made Martyr (DSR002) - Deathcycle|
An industrial attack on those who use religion as a crutch rather than as something uplifting.
Keywords: Deadspace Records; Obsidian Throne; Deathcycle
|Cory Miller-Uneasy Street EP (DSR001) - Cory Miller|
The acoustic debut of Cory Miller, guitarist for Death Metal Band Obsidian Throne. Definitely an extreme change of pace in a more folksy type of music. Sit back and enjoy a man and his guitar.
Keywords: Deadspace Records; Cory Miller; Obsidian Throne